Music Supervisor and Music Editor
A music supervisor since 1998, Julie began editing her song pitches to picture and developed into a Music Editor by 2011. She sometimes performs both jobs on a project, but also enjoys collaborating in one role or the other. Recent projects include the Snoop Dogg comedy THE UNDERDOGGS, RENFIELD, AMERICAN FICTION, GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY, the Amazon series “A League of Their Own” and ESPN’s docu-series “The Luckiest Guy in the World: The Bill Walton Story.” She has been nominated for three Guild of Music Supervisor Awards and won once for her work on “The Wrecking Crew.” Julie has a degree in music from Southern Methodist University. She is a founding member of the Guild of Music Supervisors, a member of the Motion Picture Editors Guild, The Television Academy and Screen Actors Guild. She shares three sons with her husband John, sings in her church choir and leads the Jazz parent group at Hamilton High School’s Academy of Music and Performing Arts.
GMS 2023: Through a Supervisor's Eyes: Exploring the Editorial Process
10/12/23, 7:00 PM
This panel will explore how music supervisors in film and television work throughout the editorial process, working picture, sound and music editors. We will look at how a music supervisor can be integral in the process of both on-camera and background music and how important it can be to interface with the people putting it all together in post-production.